Pokémon Explains How to Play Pokémon Sleep; It’s Not Only Sleeping

The Pokemon Company has shared a new explanation video for the upcoming Pokémon Sleep, finally showcasing how this app actually works.

While sleeping, users’ Sleep Style Dexes will fill. Each Pokémon species has its own sleep styles, too. During the day, you can make Snorlax food and drinks, and give it berries, to increase its strength.

Lengthier sleep will award users a higher score, and this will multiply with Snorlax’s strength stat to heighten its Drowsy Power. More Pokémon may gather if Drowsy Power is high, and rarer sleep styles can be discovered.

The video also goes into tips users should be aware of while using the app to get the most out of it, as well as other functionalities regarding one’s sleeping habits and times.

You can set a reminder for Pokémon Sleep’s release on the Google Play store.

You can view the full video explaining how to play Pokémon Sleep below.

During the latest Nintendo Direct, we were graced with a brand new trailer for the upcoming Pokémon Scarlet & Pokémon Violet Treasure of Area Zero DLC.

Pokémon Scarlet and Pokémon Violet are available for Nintendo Switch.

The Hidden Treasure of Area Zero will launch across two parts throughout this year. The first part is The Teal Mask launching in the Fall of 2023, and the second part is The Indigo Disk, which will launch in the Winter of 2023.

The Teal Mask will let players visit the land of Kitakami as part of a school trip beyond the Paldea region. In addition, a regularly held festival in the land will be conducted as players try to figure out the truth behind multiple folktales. On the other hand, The Indigo Disk will have players study as an exchange student in Blueberry Academy. Cumulatively, over 230 Pokémon will return via both DLCs.

The Teal Mask will feature new Pokémon Okidogi, Munkidori, Fezandipiti, and the new legendary Ogerpon.

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